Science for health

Creating research connections

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Science for health is postponed to September 2021! Next year’s edition will highlight personalized medicine, and how big data drives innovation in the field. Stay tuned for more news!

About Science for health

At this yearly event, experts are connected around a central theme to promote out-of-the-box thinking and spark new research collaborations. This strengthens the local ecosystem and creates inspired solutions improving the life of patients.

Meet other senior scientists, executives and business developers from academia, research institutes, biotechnology companies and pharma, get connected and join forces.

Science for health is a joint organization from the following partners:

Edition 2019 / Focus on cell therapy

Bringing together the cell therapy experts

Reaching a balanced audience of 327 participants, the event was sold out over 1 month in advance

Excellent networking opportunities

19 cell therapy companies and research institutes presented their work at a (free) booth, resulting in high-quality interaction with the ecosystem

An inspiring program

15 (inter)national top speakers gave talks covering all aspects from research to clinical and regulatory to stimulate discussion. Dr Carl June, the father of CAR T immunotherapy, opened the conference.

Edition 2021 / Personalized medicine

September 2021
Brussels, Belgium

The next edition will focus on the use of big data sets in translational applications. With the increasing availability of (bio)medical data, and the advances in AI and machine learning, personalized medicine comes within reach.

We’re building an inspiring program with international keynotes, sharing their insights on

  •  The future role of AI in healthcare
  • How data can be extracted, annotated and combined to create powerful analytical opportunities
  • How data can be gathered and analyzed in an ethical way
  • How these tools are being applied in the clinic

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